Tag Archives: Winter ’12

How can mathematical problems help solve the millennium goals?

Below is my report and presentation for my disease class regarding how the mathematical problem, (R=L/A) can help the United Nations millennium goals. In 2,000 the United Nations agreed to achieve eight goals in the world from killing diseases to lowering the mortality rate for kids. There are way ways to do these goals and one way Read More…

HD’S podcast on a dangerous book

People should read the book Fahrenheit 451 because it is a creative approach on censorship of literature in the future that everyone should read and learn about. From this podcast I learned that the government in this book burns books, because they believe that, without censoring books with controversial thoughts, everyone’s thoughts will be too diversified. Read More…

MML’s Audio Review of The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian

People should read the book The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian because there are moments when the book is joyful and moments when it was sad at the same time. From this podcast, I learned that the book was censored because of foul language and profanity. It was important to include different voices in this podcast Read More…

Disease Milestone 1

For my disease class, we were assigned a disease to research. My disease was V.A.P., also known as ventilator associated pneumonia. milestone 1 on Prezi

FB milestone 3 wikileaks case

This project below recaps files that Wikileaks have found and posted on their website about minors going to Guantanamo Bay prison. I believe you should read this story is because you need to know how our country are treating minors at Guantanamo Bay. The United States government said that they only had 3 juveniles being detained their while Read More…

Wikileaks Project

This project below recaps files that Wikileaks have found and posted on their website about minors going to Guantanamo Bay prison. The reason why you should read it is because of the simple fact that the US government is torturing  and keeping minors at the age of 13 and up in a prison where supposed terrorists are supposed to Read More…

DNA Lab

1. Why did you go to the DNA lab at the field museum? We went to the DNA lab today to further increase our knowledge of how our DNA relates to diseases. 2. What did you do there? What three questions did you ask? What were the answers? While we were there, we went to the Read More…

DNA LAB

For disease class, we went to the DNA lab in the field museum located in the South Loop of Chicago. The reason why we went to this exhibit is because we wanted to find out how DNA can effect disease. We had a Q&A with a scientist that studies DNA of sharks. I asked 3 question and I got 3 Read More…

Milestone 3, Africa PSA

In my disease class, we currently researched the spread of certain diseases in areas of the world. I was assigned Africa and specifically picked the disease Ebola or EVF. This is my public service announcement (PSA) targeted to people specifically residing in Uganda, Africa. Uganda is a place where a lot of the Ebola outbreaks Read More…

MML PSA

Below is my Public Service Announcement  (PSA) regarding  the Infectious Bursal Disease Virus in Antarctica. I will be also touching on how penguins get this virus from humans and cargo. I created this PSA because I wanted to spread the word on this virus that lowers the mortality rate for penguins. Infectious Bursal Disease Virus (IBDV) is a disease Read More…